PRIVATE ADOLPH J. SIEBERT was born in Camden NJ in 1919 to Adolph and Viola Siebert, of 718 Division Street. The elder Siebert was then working as a blacksmith's helper at one of Camden's shipyards.
In April of 1930, the Census shows that the Siebert family lived in Mantua Township, in Gloucester County. Adolph Sr. was then working as a laborer in a factory. The family later moved to Camden NJ, and lived at 564 Benson Street.
Adolph Siebert was inducted into the United States Army in 1944. Assigned to the 12th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division as a replacement, he was killed in action on December 4, 1944. He was survived by his parents, who were living at 512 Mickle Street after the war, according to the 1947 Camden City Directory.
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